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Array ri  A Journal Devoted Bsp6elally������ to the I*ntere������t������ of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  At The BIO STORE  Sensible Clothing for the  HOT WEATHER,  See Our 2 Piece Suits.  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,  JULY 14, 1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  HWHrt^W^Hft^Menai-  Ih Homespuns,  Worsteds,  ^and Tweeds,  Single and  Double Breasted  Prices ranging  from $10, $11,  $12 and $13.50  a suit.    These  suits combine  ^ccTm ferrwi th=  style.  Entertainment..  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an���������  ri"' ; .  Edison: I^hoiiogtaph  1000 Records in Stock  for you to choose from.  & Co., Ltd..  GEM PHONOGRAPH.... $16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH   3a 50  HOME. PHONOGRAPH  45 00  We sell the Phonograph and Records  the same price as they are sold all over  the world.   We are sole agents (orCum  TjeHiand andTJistrlet.   Records are sold  at40 ceach. CASH OINL.Y  TflE  IWflGflET  CflSfl  STOt-JE.  T. E BATE,  Cumberland  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries r,*:.c??lr:n':,,S00,C! Groceries  Special atteution paid to the Quality of our Goods.  Dunsmuir Ave.  CAMPBELL BROS.,  t  Don't fliss  J. McPHEE & SONS,  BIG SALE  *i  ADVERTISING  VANCOUVER ISLAND  Mr. George A. Beattie of Nanaimo, arrived in the city last  evening and is registered at the  Cumberland Hotel.  Mr. Beattie is well known  throughout the Island as a compiler of discriptive aud illustrated booklets, having last summer  published a very neat and valuable work in which Comox dis-  trict figured conspicuously, The  entire edition of tbat booklet  hiving beeu exhausted, he is at  preseut engaged iu compiling  another which will be more pretentious and will be profusely illustrated witb views of the Island.  , Vancouver Island has many  advantages to offer the investor,  tourist and hotneseeker aud it is  only iu this way that the great  resources of the Island can be  made icnown, Mr, licattie's pro  position should receive liberal  support,  Mr. R, Freethy, a first class  qhotogiapher, is accompanying  him on the trip,  %r��������������������������� ���������  The Indies Aid uf St. Goorgo'n  Presbyterian Church, intend holding a aalo of work iti October,  Particulars later,  SPECIAL SALE.  The Hummer is here now and everyone needs  something new and showy in the line of shoes.  On all Men's and Women's Shoes we will allow  25 per cent, discount for cash; and on Children's  Shoes 10 per cent. This offer will only last dur-  ing July, so everyone should take advantage of  these grand bargains. Our stock is the only brand  new stock in Coutoec District and therefore the  quality is guaranteed.  J. N. flcLEOD,  1  Dunsmuir Avenne,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  A  i at Cumberland for TWO DAYS  ONLY���������Saturday and Monday, July  18th and 20th���������Your last chance of  securing the Big Bargains that will be  offered yiu sue Posters for particulars.  ^  Dnntmuir Avenue  Cumberland, B. C.  Wiit Clinton, arrived home by  Monday's Iwat.  ������������������'m������ Q.   *   Miss. Mabel Abrnms rotrncd  Iioiiio bf Thuriiday,H I tout,  <_-MMr__i^r^MM>JkraM������aw  Miss. King, of Victoria, arrived  Tuesday night, and ia the guest of  Mr.and Mrs. J. W. Cooke.  We rug-ret tu lisn.ni of the deatli  of Mm. Ed. Walker,  CntitWlftnd ought to feel  honored on account of some of  tin* ('Xt-iir-io'iiftta carrying uiT mine  ot tin** rmam that tr*re> nttrnrdmf) nt  the aports held at Vaneon-rer on  the Twelfth. K-wyme who nt-  tetitlol tlw r-tali-ration report*  having had a good timo  The Auto Question'  To the Editor,  Sir:���������I have no doubt that  "Taxpayers" iu your lust issue car.  ries the publio with him as far as I  he goes, but does not go far enough instead of two days a week  of freedom for horaea, that should  lie the limit for autos. Why  should a whole district be terrorized for the pleasure of one or two  mon who could just as well drive  a horso and rig) Such proceedings might do for the duys of  Tiberius, but aro preposterous in  this age ot the world.  Some people are foolish enough  to compnro tlio auto with the bi-  cyclu, und sny horses will just au  soon get used to the one as to the  other, Ag if there could be any  analogy between the light thing  which is everywhere, and which  slips pane without noise, and tlii*  pufling, grunting, smoking dragon  that turns up onco in a while to  sot the horses' hair on end, Pleti-  ty of comtniinitif'S hnvo shut out  autos. Did you ever hoar of any  which shut outlilcyclon?  Now hero is a chance for our  representative to distinguish himself and earn tho gratitude of  country districts throughout the  Province, Let hitn put a bill  turoitgli at next session of thu  legislature limiting autos to a  radius of fifty miles from a garago*,  said garage to bo a properly ap*  pointed establishment for the accommodation and repair of at least  six machines, and regularly used  by that number. When Comox  lias such a garage let the roads he  thrown open, and the horses will  get used to them, but until then  wc may well Udlo* tlut cjuiupL  of Prince Edward Island.  TAXI-AYK* N/������3  TO  COMMENCE  FRIDAY, JULY 18TH  at  M.L Masters  CUMBERLAND  PUBLIC MEETING.  A Public meeting is called for  Wednesday evening July 15th for  the purpose of taking up tho  question of laying the corner stouo  of the new public building, The  meeting will bo held in tho Oity  Hall at 8 o'clock, Everybody invited to bo present.  FOU SALE-Two Horses suit-  able for farm work and ono heavy  two wheel cart. Apply Simon  Lelser *k Co. Ltd. Cumberland  1*,.Q.  Tho Rev, Jno. Kobson of Van-  convor, President of the B, 0.  Conference, arrived by Thursday's  boat, and returned Friday.  Miss Harriet Horhury. left by  Friday's boat on a visit to friends  iu Nanaimo,  There promises to Iks ft Jar*?*  number of camper* at the beach  tins summer.  Oon't forget the Concert to be given on  next Monday evening  in Cumberland Hall.  t  Mr. Victor 11. Harrison, son of  Judge Harrison and brother of  Mr. P. P. Hftrri������ffl HarH������t������-r of  tlii*** City, was yesterday called and  admittod as a tiairistcr and Holic-  itor.  Dr. Fag&tt Provincial Sanitary  Inspector, also Dr. Watt quarantine offiorr at Albert Head wost  toast, paid Cumberland, e flying  visit hut Wednesday,  CHALLENGE.  Wo, the undersigned, oubohalf  of the "Mixtures" basoball team,  hereby challenge the "'Overs" to  a game of ball to take place on Saturday afternoon, July 18th, 1008,  for aside bet of f 50,00, or for that  $100.00, which the "Overs" havo  boasted about,  Conditions: Only Comox League eligible,  Money, and not hot air, to bo  deposited with editor of thoNown  threo days previous to (lie game.  If tho ''Mixture'-*" mmey is not  covered by that time, wo draw our  eonelusiona, vis: that tho "Overs"  have void feet.  Wi-wr Vobk. Mgr.  W, II, IlAKfttsoN.Capt,'  TEN nRUfil^nderiaroailed  for the paintlnjt of the Alexandra  ward and operating room; also tho  filling in of all .rovices boforo  printing, and the-kalsomining of  ������ix rcoms upstairs.  tor purlieu Ibis, npply to Messrs  Ha-jgart, Parnlinm and Hcnnett,  All Tender* to lie in by the 18th  day of Jnly, '08, Address all  communication* to the ifocretary  of Hospital Hoard Cum Iwr land  II. O.  Mr*. A. W, If fiorrfr*n% trite of  the steward of the 8. 8. City of  N'amUinu, in upend ing a month iu  Comovtaji'tg at the Port Aagnt-  ta llo'd.  FOU SALE.  One "Steel Bonn ty" 11 ay Press;  Hall*, handy hell* from  100 to 150 Mm; or tradiv same for  eow������. Aim farm for mIh,  Apply to Thos. IVirtc, Cumberland, H. C.  FOR SALE.  One 3$ bono p-jwer <?a*jKaa  Engine*. dO-mpt������te, witb reversing  cluicb. also propeller und shafting.  F������mt partteuhir* apply to C, ({rant,  CamUrlawJ, It. C.  f- ������--  Rs OambBrland Hew  Issued  Every   Tuesday  by  *he  Comox   r������   Gumherl&tid  Publishing Company.  . 3S!m",-JULY  "14,   ^08,  -j: mia lu? jfiUgfl oo  .&  J3  &*:���������  i  73  ������  *_  [CONTINUED  jjaeii eaOed a good "rfecaidnS (aj������~"Hls^  ������fuitio found boreelf boldly -sDwkto-j; j  tit littlo fancies and noUc-ae t^at hatl j  ���������fem-uued In tbe luoor shvln^ of he*,'  #g*iI for jaars, abrinlciag from %s mat.  tej-cf-i'act uye  of  Fairfield; ������et tlijg  iilg,   ferocious   looJctag   C'oi^^i   Wilj  so-med to find t.'iem both sn;)e flJQfl Jij-  teieatin������. and as her eelf ava^t ���������we-_1t  ���������rp In the.artUuaetlfal her #^������ii!rRtJoo  for Coustn Will wen* up yo. tbe gory  fMh-leiil ratio.   EEo frankly 1d-aifte<J  weaknesses aud foars tiint **>e njKlijS  ���������of    Fairfield   would,   have   reloctOd  r."!-:-',rcUy.  Aiiss Mattie spolje of sJ<J6Mn*j *ap-  feuhfl, teccise sho coix\i not tid  *: ;rself of the fear of Bonjp^ody COu)-  j'i������ tn  :'J. knoiv Just bow yo-q '-Sal abort*  ths-" tiaid Ited. "My hatr n*ed to l*������  4-:". lis feet most of tbe AI&P whea *e  '-,.*;- > ti ; lu-iy c���������mp *\t tj>** Is*.*1������ bed*.  ,;v -.,. The rattun-J ^ put hptr  ^ji^L������j^il_ind--!>i!t ttu-in j-ftttl������i'a Hfced  t.i :;qi:U.;-.. ovSrThTlf'Fljp^f^exetmym'.-i  ���������y.nt ti*'. *ilns Two'sts up at*** Uwo w/W  ,i it*; -I.*: on riiy chest 'taw Qod'*  i..i!::������. .������*���������'������������������:.-.���������" ;;���������;��������������� I to Ar^loPo lyto,  '".ho u;is i-oi'od "p n������_t njtf' 'come t#fca  ,*:;,-��������� )":-,.,.-d sr^*:' ana I Ain't holler  v, i-y i ���������',1 i.-Mtlior. Tote \ra������ efoiitn  <*.���������',*��������� .i;r-'v,'? lu ,,ar,t..*, imd l** p'fl&a ^P-  !-:.r': - io tbo t-.iil find suf&s his uecJfc  ,l>Mt i felt lonesome Ja ittf Jnsjda till  rt!i.m*r tout. Vou bet! J Icdoh* }ust  fi'���������������-.��������� yon i'e'.-l u:*aotf,v. 1 ������{t!n't iir.*?e ft;  ,?������������������), i.' ''I'X'd nlR-iil's rent V-^llo vfo Wis  1-i V.-.-.a ,y.,yt r,i" ;:;*..* cruntr.v."  tt fitrnel* !!lnn >!attlo t^'it tbo C(iEcs  voi*v* hniMly pnrallol. "A rattiesjjali'*  or .vour ciiiwf. Will!" sl'e ci'lad, v?J_t������  |s .;   Ill)',:.'IS vinmiA  )t)  t0!'(^\\  ''On, it WMiiii't ae Und ^������ It Boflndn,  .".o vns ni'loep. i'or,ci3Mi{> tj-oro to Ret  ,v,''U'in---Kt':*i'iiish nifi-hta ol tho pi-fllrto  i'i Amnifit" b������t dum It. Wattle," ������������������rrjii-  V.l!'ir? rp hts tiomo l*i cl'^ist, '������i liato  *��������� . .'.-iif of tho hrnioal''  "Rut yon wouWln'i l>* y\tratii ot t  tBfli). Will!"  "Well, no," ndmlttv'i -\o. "IV no*  er licon troubled miicij (-4iit way. Yoi  Soo. i?vfi*"/i-*ix!y bw -^ (J'?������i'out fear tt  tl j\*.- n crimp In thvrp- Mlac's ratti*  f-;m:l<'.'������ nt.d (>:��������������������� J|;fjg l'!*ga ^p tottf,  JUfillMI I'DllJi uJ' lcj,-*,   J J13HU VJ^Ut OUl  v/U'-**;* J hoo ono of tu?������i tJitugsj, TUoj  ���������jlv" iii* a i'oell!i(,' ah It my nt,,wDilcH  had **.!��������������������������� I tod."  ''\'*-''"ti't tho tnd|i*tt������ 't-rt'iijle out  111.T-'. u������V" ai'iovl m^'i Mrtttta.  "Va  ,.,.,       fmy   i,)u���������������   !���������lSl,   f/O^,,.''  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III)!    ij'1 l*"������),vil rc������������ rj^'-l UUCO {,0 tllp, tin  \ to; I'liei'iiit: i'.*������v''������ diMii"? tho bfi'l  t I.*. 1<I )t; h!-i u!>d Wn*.::in iiirip-mit.  vm l -Aim )(' i| Itiiifv'.  mi]}, j  t.i i 't;i_!i.',   Ill ti**.* trihtdlo of  ���������i ;i r,tfny nho^ lilt iht* rnynf-o In  nl, r"U lm ri,,.ia?:*"'t vt'h-nut n  H������  liUI'O   \-,.'   vu*|#,   (J   |i!(|r o(  it ..I '  t'4(* n<  ttv h  |.k���������r*);;  (������!���������:. ,��������� *4,ii tiovii j)','iii.' witn uotbltiij  If, It <| r.iif'A ������buii'; Van ci'-'ld litre.  fi"������i ,.n ;",-1������ a |.(A th������t ,in*r, and tt  dlv.o ". nu.t.j ^m ''ili-r**. {o ������rt ihol  fi; '*.!.* i -vloii:;, t������l>ilfi|i������ of wblcb I  ! " ';.-*-. nl*1 iiiai'lf Wolf nml  *������������������*' ��������� '���������! -i id onii (itrniTf- ^fth hlm t-i  iv- * ;." '���������.,-'.' i >* r J'liiH'ti i|,iwn to lb*  *...������*. i;a jr"������ hiuiie fnmli tfntrr, Hf.  ��������� (������������������ ,U> an-/ ^'o Im'tt/hwl ap (a  ,-.������ H i.f,-������r. tt ulif't fa ni;/ erwlJt to  ii..- i* i i.t J ���������,-.*���������< vvvi* jjijpf Wmii that  ��������� .,-. mi ������ wori,;i mm. ii* rot th������  ��������� ��������� n���������,i ti*������,������ tn crdlWl n mile  i   ��������� ���������    '������ r>  I,,,!   v/flllu I  |���������( coutdirtH-  [!'���������     IHI    l,������   ttlllhO   t"    till*    \l(l ������������������,, "I .  .1* -.A  i * i ' ��������� 'i iii hl'ii  timt l.u J-iD.ii! U!(,*  ' r.-;��������� -1* (bluKi (llflt ill! Ill-  * ;"*' fivj M'fl"'������j f.t-ii|)ll7!-������rit."  ' '  .,',   ''I;*',   ron/i-d.  i"I ('III  .. ,*l*h,������ ������,i,i fi.iisilH df.\vn  1   i-nn   '������iit.., ,;   nu '{   i ,-cr.*  .il'-j tn ''iij't* nm   Tuttmt oi"  * , t *!i 1 ,������;������if i**>,  h'ofwr thai  i" ��������� : -;it 'Mo it (Tom Mm, t  ..     ''     *>   ,������';,-'<   ������������'l..f  )f_   1)111. |   Cflll'l  ,*   * i "i.'������������������::..,��������� "-Vliut i 'dank li������\v l  , ,.. ,,,���������  ������.*    ������������������.���������.>��������� fl������v,������*Hj, Mlfjt Mnr..;,: i������m! (  ���������'*. i,.'.i,i������ ,,( liiii"'ir. hut th** Jn!;������  i '     *' tf*    *������������;<     ������,",    t,V:   ,       lit',     (',������(.'  '"  ':,.!  ������  ,., f'n ft������t(i*i|;  i La  -.���������������������>  ������������������  >  iooev,  ���������    Ji >- >t   bnv*, tt;oi!glit  j������i  ,., *i������H������������ r. ,.,>. Vk't'ir*  - .*-,'       r a tliil������ fiitit iu the  e-ttf" **(* ,*i "������������i, ^Hti '<tn������������ <iii;"ttlcr���������<���������**������������������,  ���������A ui 1* "JiH* -)*-"it "-Ht <*...> I. H'A  i������-:\i*(r* L %*i*'n' liop i)f 0������t  t#,>*/ -,������������������/(*���������. j).,-/* ijjiij iiv> n* to r-endi,  , ������<: ���������-��������������� v.*?. i..fi> Qad ,1m*j������ ���������KMti* lit i������n  ������l*i>#. l������urt������-, i;i������* li V,*<������lf hns ������ ���������?.(������*������  ������;! i't tfw-i. tin' ta* *<w������* that*  ,-tii.if fw r- ��������� i, a r������nf������ ���������f ivr, of rh#������.  .-*������������������'��������� '������ t'..,-. Ktny mre**'. * pent  i*< -������-f ter ;.{*  _*.^ *������������������������," >** auitb'-'i  eliaiiiettuKi'uiy.  htoi aiiyfiow."  S<Mss Mattie told blm ahe tbonght  thflt was noblo 0f him, "which tribute  Ifed tooU as medicine and shifted the  ei)W������H.'t v.'hi, speed to practical affairs.  lj<? uslced Miss Mattie bow nn'uch mon-  oy sb* ?);.(j and how sho managed to  make out. Now, H w������a one of tbe  ejtaojis ol good juanaers (a fairfleld  not to piieaU of material matters, perhaps because there was so little ma-  tprlat wuti-WJ to tl)*} /=o*au������oulty. but  jjiss Mittlle, doomed to a, thour������and  jflsBotne potty economies, had often  \ongad for n ej-mpatbetJc ear to nottt  Ifiio (t ft Rood booest complaint of hat-  jjig- to do this aod thai She could not  ,?xaeti.v so thla far wltb Cousin Will,  put she could say It Wga pretty hard  to get along aud gav������ pome details,  ghe felt that she knew Mm so very  wolf in those few hours! Bed heard  with nods of assent He had scented  the eoudltio-os at once.  "It ain't any fun Kkiddlog on the  thhi leo," sale be -when they had concluded tho t_]u. "I've had to count the  beans I put tn the pot, und it made me  hate nrithuietlo worse than when 1  went over yonder to school Wen,  thetn days hnvo gone by for yon, Mat-  tie." He reached do-mi and, pulling  out a green roll, slapped it on the center table. "Blow that in and Umber  up ana remember that there's more  behiua it.'*  Miss Mattie's pride rose at a leap.  "Win," she said. "I hope you don't  think I've told yoa thla to get money  from you-"  Bo leaned forward, put his hand on  ber Bboulder and held her eyes with a  sudden access of sternness and authority.  "Aud I hope, Mattie," said he, "that  yoa don't think that I think anything  of the ttad."  The cousins starcxj into each other's  eyes tor a full, minute; then Jfiss Mat-  tie spofce, "No, WW." said sbo, *1  don't believe you do."  "I shouldn't think I did," retorted  Red. "What iu thunder would I do  with all that money? Why, good*  Lord, girl, I could paper your house  With $10 bills! N'otv you try to 05*  Jtooi)) sreen kites. Ilito I tell you."  ������WrMKttie"bTokud<)\vn.^Thaj!W_tJ5ftL_j  ly realized strain of fifteen years ha^  tuade itself felt vvben the cord snap  pod. "I don't know tion- to thank you  I don't know what to sny. Oh, .WIT*  Itaiu, it seems too good to be title!"  "What you crying about,''.Mattie?"  paid ha, in sore distraau. "Mow hold  on; Listen to uio a minute! Thore's  soroolhtng I want yoa*to do for me."  "What i������ UP' sho nuked, drying bor  eyos.  "For dinner tomorrow." ho replied,  "let's haro n roast ot l������-of a������ut that  fta" tndicatliis n wnshtut).  Tho divoirJan v-oh romptpto. ���������  "Why, WW! Wbsii would-wo em  do with It?" paid s'ti*  "L������o wtrh It?   Why, eat it!"  "But wo couldn't f't mi tlmtr  "Thi'M thr**" \\)'A't> i"'> to thn cam.  You u|n't golUR t*.������; fall down on tne  tlw first favor t uakV" with mock sort  outmost.  "Von ahalt have the robst of- beef  ������������������pears to mo that you're fond of yont  ���������touweb. WW," said Miss MntUo, witk  a J'peoverln������ smile.  "I hnve o good utomnclj. that's al-  wnys done tbo right thing by mu whon  I'vo done the ri-jht thing by it," aald  Rod. "And, ���������moi'oover, Just look at the  coi-wtitutloij I nave to support. But  say, old lady, )oo?t nt thut!" pointing  to the clock. "Kloven-thtrty; time do������  cent people wwo putting* up for tin  night,"  The words brought to un acute stngo  a ^undortng fenr whk'h bud jinsecd  through Miss MsWeVnilfld nt inter-  valti during Qj������ evwilhg, Whoro wns  the to look for elr-pplng nccommotJu,  Hon������ for s mon? Bhe revolted against  tho convention tlmt In her own mind  jih well hn tbo rout of I'nhflold fortmdo  tlio use of hor l*.*-'*'-:'*1 f������r tho pitrtvwe.  Lotift hnhtt of thought Iim! mndo thew  t-lcntloff constitution*I, n mm nlmont  aa (tfmmtlt for Mtrn Mnttia to sny "I'll  nv up your bod rl.iht thor* on hS'  ������ofn" an 1t would hnvo heen for It*?d to  pick it mttt'u pocket. ,v������?t when pIib  thminbt of btft ln*������tnnt nnd opon gon-  orfvetty Htwt whnt n diurnal return  t'.mrefor It would ��������������������� to fjjrist him out*  for reasons which *������ht������ ijlvttwrt would*  haw no mining for titm, nh������ hcrolcnt*  ly resetvad to throw ciwioin to tht  n*lnds itnd ������po������k,  Hot tho difficulty wan cut In anotlwr  fftrthton.  "Thoro'i ������ Uttlo li/trn tn tlw bark-  fan! thnt oiagbt my cyo/,'-S'.i!4 Ited,  r~  fHR   NEWS,  C^MBEltLANP, BftXT3;SH  CQLTOjOBlAV  -if yotfre set l suppose l can't onject."  Miss Mattie was uot a good hand ai  playing a part.  "['in set" enfd Red. "Get me a  blanket." As sbe came in with this  he added, "Say, Mattie, could you let  mo have a loaf of bread? I'to got a  habit of wanting something to eat in  the middle of the night."  "Certainly! Don't you want some  butter with it? Here, I'll fix It for you  on a plate."  "No. don't waste dish washing. I'll  show you how to fix It" Ho cut the-  inaf of bread in bnlf, potted out a por������  Von of tho soft part and flllcd the bole  with butter. "There wc nre. nnd  nothing to bother with afterward."-  "That's a right smart notion. Will,  but you'll want a knife." '  In answer be drew out a leather enso  from his breast pocket and opened! It  Miss Matmatood in the half opened door  andiistcncd.  Within was knife, fork, spoon andtwo  j-8at-boxe3������for_j_aJtjmd pepper.   "������oa  seo, I'm fixed," said die.     ~���������~^-���������  "Isn't tbnt a* cute trick?" sho cried  ruimiringly. "You're ready for most  Anything."  "Sure," said Red. "Now, good night  Did lady." He bent down in so natural a fashion tbat Miss Mattie had  kissed him before sho knew what aha  was going to do.  Down to the barn, through the soft  June erenlng, went Red, whistling si  Mexican lovo song most melodiously.  , MJ������8 Mattie stood la tho half opened ���������  ������oor and Hstenfed.  ,Without was balm*  [nd starlight!oud ths spirit of flowers'  reathed out in oflors, Tho quaint and ���������  mtty..,.tBno._r<me,(Wd fell, quaverwli  Synopsis   of Canadian  Hom.stoad  Rogulaiions.  ********  Any available Dominion Lands within  thflliaiiway Bolt in liritish Coluiubu,  amy be homoiiteutled by nny persou who  is the sole head of n family, or any until  over 18 yours ot nge, to the oxtout of one  quaitor seution ot ICO acres, moro or less,  fttitry imiHt be uiiulo parsonnlly nt the  looiil land ollice for tho-din.v'et in wliloh  the hind is situate. Entry hy proxy  may, however, bo jmule on cert/tin oo-.  ditions by the fntlicr, mother, son, dniigh  ter b-other or sister of ������n<l mtoiullng  lioniiHtonilor,  Tho homoutofuJer in required to perform  the conditions uonuectod therewith  niiiloronefif the fdlowing pliuis;  (1> At le-mt nix months' nwidi'iiue u|������on  nnd oultlvutioD of tlio land in unuli yonr  for threo years,  (:') If tho hither (or mother, If the  fiitht'i'lsdoceiuotl), of the huiiii'stoedor  rcslihw up in ������farm in the vicinity of tho  ifindiiiiUreJ for, tho Nvnimmimts as to  roHlilonao mny bitsatlsttott hy nuoh porson  reeiiMog with tho fatlior or mother.  i'.I) If thi seUlor himlils iirrmiineiit re-  iiiltiiice upon farming land owned by  him in the v ini nit y of hin liu-nioMteml, tlu*  l������(jiiiroint'titi an t;������ retldonce msy be s*,t-  iklhd hy residence ii|������>ii ths snld limd,  Hix uviithti' notice in  willing -should  '*'?'!.If >'^'11 'fnd mo " Wsnkot I'll j lw ulven tu tho (loinmiwiouir of l������..min-  roJl It ont theri."  "Sloep in tbe bnrn! Vou'll ant do  nny ruch thing!" cHwT ���������Miiwi Mattlo.  "Ttin'fl rft������op right horn ou the sefn ov  h-wtnlrs   lo  my   hod.  Jtwt  aa yon  * ���������  *'���������  ���������it tt'e ������n tbe ssmi������ to yon, !*<t rather  )nt.   M-i help mo isim, . d h.o,ill���������'i- )..  Uore.   rtntt the rtnnu,Ji-st ttmc cnmtnaf I  on tljat r*tcr w������iv-hi>i������.'������   Uftk* wlitte j  ifionu with the wntli aiming In on I  you. W'-irc than r������tt!c������mtk(-H tor ktwp-  n,;, ,. .;���������,;���������'''"'    ������* ������������������>*im!w me ot the  firttp.'tftl.   Uono tall on it*.* own n������u  wuiH>ib*������d me np to thnt I had to t# J  tn*nt to not pntttmt up win, and t  ijcvi*!* shuck such n mantl. as that j  dine* I wm bon   Dm doe n.hl me I  tnwWi more, but I told hlm Vd ctiocH  htm <itit of the wlndwiv if ho trted l������  ������top on; and np I got.   I'i tiavu %ono  At-'id mm If tney'd ht-ld mo a weeft  muvo.   | ipeek for tin* ln.n,, Mattf<\,  nnd I speak teal loud; th*t l������. I iitaui j  t*< r^.v I'm gntng tf> at**yf, to fho firm, I  unK*. th.,tAr, a o.e'm ty a trnop I.*ir/9������ i  tben yon nn tbe ptmnt'ea, N'nw, there'* \  no ���������n������ to' ?<*** te ttik-l'nt going to tin i  Ji:������t ns i any." i  "Wett, r tbmk tmiN uni 4������t������uitutr? ���������  fnM Mbm liattte,   "Td lfte to *n������-T ,  wtuif folk* will thtok of tno to tsaaf!  f (nm������si my own ametn ont te ������b#|  Um"   ner vole* trailed eft e Mie  at the aad ea tbe Oat et what tnej  mts-bt my tt baetaytA tn tba brmm em ^^.^.^^  enrrmX to bat.  "W*tV tho ������ontter.e<k m999eyi  Ion bands HtOUttWituf Intention to n\i-  lily for pulunt,  t)oAi������������������t',i,������j miuing riglitu mty ho  leaned for a period of t������onty-oiio >oiu������  nt nu annual rentsl of (I (i������tr ttcie.    Not   "'* tl'*"* " ������" neron ultnll bo leased lo  i,i\o hvlwldu'il or eomvuuy,   A roymiy  iitttionitoof Hvo (.*eidtt \ioi uni ������li,AAt Iv  oollet'tudon tho m������ioli!mt������biPcoHl mimd  W. \Y, VOKi.  iMpiity *if the Miuisltir uf tlio Inlf rior  *f t< -t'nmilliori/til publication of this  odvditiiiciMiit huJ uol ni< jrnni nn,  B11-0H  SA.iM:-crEr.  c  X3S10I>3BIE!T.  Enfcliuh 4 x BURTOK always oa tap a)t>n, the tamoiiH MILWAU,KKK  BEEHS���������AahcoBor, Bob������miaa, Schlitz, &o. "OLD GHKY BEARO"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tbe Hoarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate uupenatondenoe of Mr*  Davis, will ha tound Ftrkt olasa in avery renpect.  RATB8,  el oo per day upwards.  I.   WALLPAPER   |  t NT ~. x .G06DS &     NT COLORINGS & IDE- J  lNcWisTYi.Es.-     IN cWas in decoration  ^^^^^^^        * w-    The only tiling not liigh-olass abijutolriiiaguitiociit colleot'on ia  the price. To eta costa nothing; to tiave it cnata little. Borders  name price per roll aa hanging. A COUPLE VE LINE if FURNITURE a.nd HOUSE FURNISHINGS, BEDS and BEDDING,  LINOLEUMS aud GARRET SQUARES.  <{ The Right Price  4i Fu'niittire Store,  J. H. COLLINS,  *iyr4****<t-*mjv*e-*r-*>e*^  BEE  The drink of strong men and healthy wonierr.  UnionBreweryBeem  Drink   U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo 6; C.  When In Cou-teny Stay  The Courtenay^Hote  1 'STAR  Every convenience for guests.  The Oential Hot������I for Sportsmon  Norte bui the Hest of Wines and Liquors  at ihe Itiir.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  De Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  -AND-  Hayman & MaXwelli  Profirit'tors.  TEAMSTERS. ;*ml  DRAYMEN  ?:s!NGl.E   nnd  DOUUI.E   HU\H  ���������For    HIRE.       ALL   ORDERS* .  ^I'KOMPTLY   ATTENDED  TOif  ft tlmmmmm\%em*mmmtmmm%eWkmmmmm^ **+  $ 3rd St. CiiDitolaill  *������������H������*H-^'^'i"l*H^'H-'hH'iH4,'f  (^S^V^^V^*������^t^iS^i;<%>i������M,-J  0. H TARBELL  trmvmmmtitaa an HM ������^-������  oto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FinST.OLAHK  CMNDY, KHUITHi  OIOAIlh tt TOIVAUOO^  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  POkBOVS    ��������� *~  ��������� ne laurels,       Belcher  treet  Victoria B. C  Patron ond Viaitur,  THK10RU 'VMIIOl' OF C0LUM13IA,  JA\,  INSURANCE.  Fire    nrA    life  t.s    for  ' .md get  For I- J t-i i  Fire 1" o: 'iim-  rates l".;t ri- *"��������� ��������� ������*.up*;.  We������lty Willard  AgcutfortlieRoyn)  ofUverpoo},  '.]r-l. I   V|    v������,.r  u;vf;, iro., m, A., oxEORii.  Aifittvit tiy threo (,rn()ua|uM o( tlit> U������ui*| >  oi/e������l UciVMiiiliB, ol llr������������iliriWin anU I an-  ������d-,  Modtratij t*rui������ lot ln'itrdera,  1'roporty conHinU ut iivn tci''*' ������ ou <*i������* <  oum.!,(yul lmililiiiwf, intnuivu ttutitt'io  -iroun* a, yyiiiijouin, Cudtttutotoi^m  l   ,  APPIYTO HKAU'MAKTRR.  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  ' And Oil KITCHLN IUTENSILB  Sportsmens Goods  Genera! Hardware  ^^y%^^-VVNV***'<'Hj  When in Gumberland  STAY Al* THE   VKIShOMK.  Au, t\iyvttsinHovM mt Oiumth'  iff  I'm tints, in SuiT'-imi with  Best Liquors and Cij;ars  J, It, BANNKUMAN.  ui" i ii nm mil   mi,,.  n in 11 'in w, ii mi  P, PHILLIPS HARBIN!  Bti-hrlMter' <ind SoHoltor  uud  Notary Pubiiw   .  Con vey-trm I n jr  Omnterlas!!    I (1;  Wliv Ki-tid nwny for yonr print  ing, ii'lcii jou  ran   pit it  tin in* i  ti^lit  Ihm'c  in  y*'iir ������*wii    town,  Jni^f n������ j*������khI iitiii just us   <'li'*'������������������]' ���������������  in Nnji'iinio,  VU-ioiin, ci'VitiH  ti.",    Onr j.Jjiijt h <i|iiepp-<l   nitlr  Iln* .au������t fact',  "f T|;  . n������i/l * >vi  ttttlvr rhnll nni'ivt*    jiri'iujut *itvii-'  tivn���������ny m;ittt.r Jiy vv jninU,  NEW YORK ;  CLIPPER  fo TMtr anEATttt  THEATHICAL i SHOW PAPER  IN THE WOULD.  6AMi������k.e Copy Fni*.  FMNKQUI!*W_.Cb.(tH),  Ksguimait  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.  VIC5CrORIA--CC"__03C       SaOtTTS',  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 3. *n for  Nanaimo, calling *\ Crofton Kitpcr  and Thetis Islands whenjj fre^ht or  p.������ssenKer9 offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Bay Comox and way poris  Leaves Comox Thursday ' 7 a. in., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports,  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. in., for  Union Bay Comox and- way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way perts.  Sills irom Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADY;  SMITH   E0UTE.  8. S.     "OOAN."  .   Siils Irom   Vancouver for   N.manio  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  S;ii)s frixn   Nar.a������mo  for   Van ouvei  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  VANC0U VEE-N AN AIM0 - COM.. X.  TJNION.  "S. S. QueenCity"  (O.P.S.)  Leaves Vaucouvtr, Sunday, 7 pru. Ar  rives at Nanaimo, Suuday, U -,, ut.  Laces Nauaimd Monday, 3 a.m. Arrives at Uuiou, Monday, 11 a, w. Arrive  at Cphiox,' Mei,day, 1 p, ui. ' ^  "'  Leave Oomox, Mouday; 7 p. m,   A"ive  at Union, Monday, 8 p.m.  ���������^Le������KfiiIInio*J1_Tuojda}v    a. m.    Arrive  at Nanainio^Ttt^da^7anL35irmT~"  Lave* Nanaimo, TVeday,   At 1  p. m..  Arrive at Vancouver; Tuesday, at 5 p.m.  Calliug at Wav Porta ������hen fioight m.d-  yauseu^cra ott'ur.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October    1st, 1907,  NORTH BOUND���������Il^wl    I cwr.  Stations,  Viciori������,  itubtelti,  .S)i������wuig������i),  Oiibhta Hill,  Onwichan,  Kokai'ah,  Duncan'*,  ,k*oni������uoa,  WaaMmlmc,  Chenmluiie,  Ladynniitli,  Bmith Woliingtou,  Nimaimo,  \Volhu(jt������n,  PasBenger Trains  Daily  No, 1  De. 9.00  9 04  10.17  10.2a  10.40  JO.-18  10,S3  11,00  11,07  11.18  U H'2  11.67  l!>,18  m.Kli  At V2M  Sunday  \V������**V"  MttT.  Nn. '4  De, 15.110  >6,C4  111,12  1������.IH  io ;;o  10 41  10.47  10.68  17 III  17.'SS  17 2.1  17.0*5'  18,10  ]������.������)>  ar]S45  SOUTH BOUND -Read Up.  Viotoria,  llunuilii,  iShavnigari,  Cobble Hill,  Unwlohaii,  K'tki-ilah,  Duncan'm,  Mnim-non,  W������hthnlina,  C'bamaiaua,  Liilytmith,  11  Houth Wellington,  Nanaimo,  WalllngtMj,  N...2  Ar, IS,OB  Jtf.fli?  10 ft)  10.48  10,40  10,16  lO.Oli  10,02  t������.47  9.1*7  11.116  Do, 0,00  Ar, U.&0  8, ua  8.Ill  Do, 8.00  No, 4  18,61!  ���������MM  I7,:w  17.30  17.ua  17.08  17 03  1C.C8  10 48  Iti :w  J������,i'2  Do, 1ft*  Ar. lfi4H  l|o, 16 00  Thousand Mile awl Commuuilon Tic-  kettt on sale, Kood ovci rail hiul sie;u,,er  linn, at two and one-half emu per mile.  .Special trains and titenmers for Kxctir-  lions, nnd reduced r itea for parties mny I  bt arrniifjed fat on application to the j  Dist, J'nss. Agent At Victoria,  Ihe Cnmpanv reserves the right (<-������(  cimii(te without mevious notice,.steamer*]  itiiliiij,'d������ic������ iintl hours 01 snilinj-f.  ivxcur&ion Tickets on Sitlc fi'om and i������l  ���������ill .Statidnd, L'ood lot' uoiiik journey Sat-  uiday itnti  .Sunday, returning nut laiej|  l, \V, UiUUV, f.cii. P.up. H.O.-nnaa*! Rar.l  U, L, UOUHTKEV, J)bt Yti, L \ am. A������ f  80  YKARtl������  ,fc������.trsr..,crjc*3  Tmaoc Marma  C0Wf������l������MTi *c. m  h mrmvt ���������i>ninn( a ftatitt ������nS eamwtirm matt     "        hitO,,; ml  !t������m������t������ *������������iMit uu in-H.uii n :w *���������   Itlrtll \������ \trti>,������UT pr,ir,������fi>[i,   (',,  It"  t  tJN-fP'MftttTwi  *������������������ ���������     null 1  iUHU-fO, lisib*  '>Wni,|,iK*J  IWI'All-. ^  it etmeftar, emtlnt pmu a'^r-1  it ,uir<rtiii������i Mt,������i������ # <_ r<������������V������l  .,   ������fciwt������������*������������* wn># I  Stktttiflc Mum.  il^4*em*irnrwttmt**,m***tr, im-mao  million ntemt MqijWf J'*������'������A W**. *������  L*M K.tiV!!>'mV'>*i " ���������**��������� ata\am������*mmttai. mm news; Cumberland; BKrrrsH: eoLUMBm  NOTICE  Bwsisrn;   ���������~  Every Monday and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Fruits  and everything in the Vegetable  line; also hay and grain, fresh  and good.  J>7  Cinu Yeuk,  Sandwick.  NOTIOB is hereby r'ivou that 30 dayn  after dato, I intend to apply to tho lion.  Chiof Commissioner ot Lm da nnd Works  for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum uuder the foieshoro and undor  tho lands covered by wafer opposite the  foreshore of Donmnn Island, Coniox District, B. C, and described as follows:���������  Commencing ot a post planted on the  eonth-west coast of Denman Island, adjoining It. Kawamuru's farm; thence  south 30 chains; thenco east SO chains;  thonce north 70 chains, more or loss, to  ' biiih-wnter murl*.; thence followiDR the  sinuosities of the foreshore to poiut of  oommoncemout; containing 640 acres,  more or less.  Dated Denman Isltmd, B.C.,Juno 23, '08  lt. KAWAMUKA,  Iv) Koto, Ageut  NOTICK is hereby given that 30 days  after dato I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and works for a  licence to prospoct fer coal and petroleum under the foresite tlio foreshore of  Deuman Island, Comox Dis*rict, IJ. C.  and described aa follows:���������Commencing  ut a post planted ou the south-west coast  ot Denman Islnnd, ndj -ining S. Nakauo's  farm; thenco south 80 chains; thence  east 80 chams; theuce north 45 chains,  more or less, to bigh-water mark; thenco  following the sinuosities o������ the foreshore  to point of commencement; containing  040 acres, more or less.  Dated, Deuman Island, B.C.,* June 23, '08  S.NAKAKO  K.lvoco, Agent  ^NOTICE is her* py given that 30 days  ;-ftfi* diite,l intend to apply to the lion.  Chief 'Jommi-'sioner of L mils and Works  for a ll.encn to (.-rospoct for coal aud jio-  "Tioloum uufllTtlWtOTpRhore-aud-undei*  the l.-.uds coveted by watoi- opposite the'  WesLoie of D'-iimim.Island, Oomox District,* I1."C, and described ds follows:���������  . O*immo.iciug at a post plauted ou tbe  s uth-Aest coiwt of * Denmun Islaud, ud-  joiniug B. N a feu no's farm; thence wost  'CDchains; thonces.iuthKUchains; thence  onA 80 chains; that co north 70 chuins,  moro or lots, to high-water maik; thence  following tho &inuo_ities.*of the foreshoio  to poiut of ooinmeno-.-meut; containing  040 acres, mo ro o r lug*,  Dated, Denmnn Island, B. CJuno 23/08  K. KOTO.  NOTICK is hereby given that 30 da*, s  nftor date, I intend to apply to the lloi..  Chief Commissiouor otLiuiU, and .Works  for ii'iicoiico to prospect tor coal and petroleum tinder tho foroshoro and undor  tbo lands covered by water opposite the  foreshore ot Donmnn Islittul, Coracx Dis  triot, B C, nud doHoribod iih follows:-  Cointneua'mg at a post plan toil on the  Bouth-wast coast ot thence west 8U  obiiinsj tnouoe north 80 olmiiis; thonoe>  eiistOS chains, moro or less, to high water  mark) thonco following tho sinuositiosot  tlio furoahoio to point i,f ouuimeiieemeuti  oonlitiuing 610 acres, more or less,  Dated Deuman Inland, B.C. Juno 23/08  .MOTO KOTO  K. Koto, Agont.  NOTICK to hereby gtvoi) thut lib days  after date, J intend to apply to the Hon,  Chiof Oommissiouorot Lmudsimd Worko  for a lotuo ot tho foroshoro opposite the  nortli-onst U fraction of Hoctioti 5, for  wliartiigo purposes, Denman lalmul, t)o-  Wiox District, B.C.  Dated Doumtin laliiud, 11.0. June '211, '08  S, NAKANO  K. Koto, Agont  KILLING A WHALE.  Where All of the Boat's Crew Looked  Like Murderers.  It was ray boat's privilege to fasten.  first, and we did so in grand style, says  a writer In Forest and Stream. The  big fellow lay blowing in one position,  and wo'sailed on hlm head and head  and fastened to him with two harpoons, one of them being un explosive.  When he felt tho iron he turned and  plunged under our boat and covered ua  with the spray from his flukes ns ho  tossed them up in the nlr to dive. And  ho did not stop, either, for our Una  whizzed around the loggerhead, glv-  iiig out a blue sheet of smoke until the  end ot it went by us like a bullet He  had gone down with our SOO fathoma  of line in less (than a minute.  In a few minutes he appeared again  near one of tho other boats, and he got  two more harpoons, ono of them explosive, and then tho other two boats  shot in and fastened with two irons  apiece. -t  Meanwhllo the beast was coursing  around and spouting bloodln a frantic  manner, nnd it took six bomb lances  besides the eight harpoons to subdue  him.  Our next hit was made on the 9th,  when our boat fastened again. The  whale did not go very far this time,  but just circled around us in a short  line. Another whale from the herd  kept by him until the kill and then  made off to windward. The other boat  was off after some other whales. They  could have got him easily.  While we were tied to the dead whale  we made out his comrade coming down  to us at a great speed, and It looked as  if he meant mischief. We hurriedly  cut adrift from our capture and, getting fresh harpoons and lances ready,  prepared for his onslaught In a minute he was close.to us, and while he  stopped to take a look we jumped the  bout ahead and darted two irons, which  started him off ut a high speed to windward, and the people on the ship told  us afterward that we literally skipped  from one sea to the next. All we were  conscious of was the fact that the boat  simply rested on her keel, and the spray  fiew oyer us iirgreat Kheeta.  At Inst lie slacked up and gave us a  fch'nnee ��������� to put" in-n' bomb lance. Ho  made a rush to leeward, to where we  had left the dead whale, straight as a  -clle-aud-r!gUt-over-him,_dragglng_us1  over, too. of course, all the time spouting blood. Then he dived uuder us and  came up with his blowhole right under the mate's nose, who was looklug  dVer the side for him, and be got the  spout of thick blood right In the face  at less than n yard distant Of  course It spattered all of us, and when  we hauled alongside with our two  whales wo all looked as much llko  murderers as anything else. The captain was highly pleased with out" performance, and, he at ouco awarded our  mate the pig, for lt had been put np as  n prize.   *  EDUCATING YOUNG HORSES  Proper Hearing and Training of Colts  X������-a Task Requiring Skill  and Experience.  The horse always has been recognized as man's closest animal companion, and it is a question oe to whether  the man ever lived who did not delight  In driving or riding a good horse. This  subject is ot particular interest to every  man who raises or handles horses. An  old saying is that eggs and colts are  much allko, for thoy must be broken  before they can be used.  The proper breaking of a colt, says  John Buckler, who has charge of the  live stock at the Iowa experiment station, determines in large part the future usefulness of the horse, and no man  who has dealt ln horses and experienced  difficulties in their management will  deny that there is much room for improvement' in that line. Every day  brings fresh illustrations of Improper  breaking. Less than a-week ago a man  drove down to the experiment station  barn, driving a horse that had been  handled for more than two years that  had not boon taught to back. TMb is  only one of many similar cases.  Besidesthe losses resulting from improper breaking, thousands of dollars  are lost to the farmers every year by  selling horses that have not been properly fitted for sale.  In breaking, the first thing to be considered is the nature of the horse. The  dispositions of no two horses are oxact-  1 ly alike. There is also a great difference in the draft temperament' and'  those more hlshly bred, cuch as trotting  and coach houses, the former requiring  much less preparatory handling than  the latter.  After studying closely the disposition  of the colt, the next' step is to halter;  arid In this, aa well as all other periods  of the breaking, the person in charge  should exercise patience, The colt  should be rotten into some shed or box  stall, preferably one with' a groand  floor, so there will be no danger of slipping. Now, with halter, to which is  attached 15 feet of rope, gently work  around the colt, caressing him as much  as possible, so as to win his confidence,  and when.he sees you are not going to  hurt bim you can usually put the halter'  on without any trouble. Now, presuming this colt to be one that will pull  Not Always Well to Butt In.  "After tho crash," imparted tho first  hospital surgeon to tho second, "I ran  over to whoro It lay on tho pavement,  nnd whon I raised It up I saw nt onco  that ltR l'lhn wore smashed, whtlo a  gaping, hole wns torn Jn Its"���������  "Pniilon mo, doctor," broke in the  medical student who had caught theso  Iwords nn be* was about to puss by Into  the consumptive ward, "but If you have  no objections I'd llko to tuko a few  notes on that accident enso." Flo pull,  od his notebook from his pocket "Waa  tho caf.o u child?"  "No," tho surgeon informod hlm; "I  wna speaking of tny urabrellu."-Judge,  on tile halter"; "take the loose"end oftSe  rope sad pass it through a hole in the  manger or around a post, baok between  the fore legs, around the girth and tie.  The colt ia now tied by both head and  body. Step back and let him fight it  out which will take only a short time,  And when tied in this way thero is no  danger of injury as is sometimes the  case when tied by the head only. As  soon as he gives, up pulling go to him  and caress him. and by so doing give  him to understand that you are his  friend. It Is well to leave him tied for  some little time, after which he may  be led, _, , ���������  Leading is a very Important part, A  horse well broken to lead Is more attractive, earner to handle, and will com-  mand.a higher prico In the market than  one that is not, In training to lead, always teach the colt to walk beside yon  nnd never allow him to follow along  behind, tw Is often done. This can bo  done by taking a whip In the left hand,  touching him up a little from behind,  After bolm? well trained to walk he-side  you, encourage him to trot  WATSON'S  r? I  King of Scotch  9  The HUDSONS' BAY CO  Sole Agents for B C  TO THE PUBLIC.  " We solicit your subscription to  the Cumberland News, a week  ly journal, published in the city  of Cumberland   and   having   a  Vehicles. Implements,  Incubators. Etc.. Etc.  ���������mm mm-rnm* ���������������������������*������������������������ l-_1  GO TO N. PARKS  to get your Tit Shoes  made to order fov $$,qq  A pnir of shoes half  soled for 75c, 11 pair,  AU work reduced iu  price. Work done  promptly, *f  N.Farlts Shoemaker  Union,  ll, C.  Tommy'o Blunder.  Mrs. Do Stnytlie���������Tommy, do you  want somo nice plum Jam? Tommy-  Yea, mother. Mrs. De Bmytho-l was  going to give you somo to put on your  bread, but I'vo lost tho hoy to tho  pnntjj', Tomray-Vou don't need the  koy, mothor, I can ranch down  through ,tho window und open the door  from tho inside, Mrs, De Smythi**���������*  ThafB what I wanted to know. Now  Just wait till yonr father comos homo,  -Catholic Mirror,  Blnok CoaUd Paupers,  Wo nro iweomlng not only n nntlnn  of Bhopknopors, but n tuition of cli*rlm,  HV017 yonng mmt wIhIich to ho n ulork,  orory yonng womnn n typpwrltw. Tha  profowilon In frightfully ovorerowdod  nnd frightfully uiitlorptilil. Wo have  noltbor sui'vimta nor laborers, only no  urmy of blnoli oontod piuipoiu-I/mdon  O-ruphlc.  Tho wisdom of n wlno man looks llko  tlio holo in it doughnut when n hiiihII  boy hcgliiH to fifk hlm qliimtlOUS.���������llx-  clllUIKi*. \ - ______  (���������unlldficii It t'j������ companion of hiic*  ce������i.--(,)iniii,-,ii.  Preventing Scours ln Pig* '"'"',  Nothing Is better for preventing  scours In pigs than some crushed-.oat  and barley slop run through a scroon  to remove moot af the. hulls which  should be placed In a low trough In a  corner of tho pen, The young pigs go  for this greedily, At two months old  thoy are ready tt wean, whon they  should bo put in two large pent, culling out tho weaker ones and putting  thorn In pons mad* vacant by grouping  throe agrecnble sows. Much more skill  Is requirod to raise young pigs In win.  tor than In summer. After taking thom  away from their dams food warm now  milk for tho first moat and after that  warm skim mtlk with a good sprink-  ling of short, tn lt, Increasing the  Quantity each day until about tlio  consistency of thin porridge. A good  way Is to mix a qunrt of oil meal with  onoh barrel of feed ond'havo a box In  tho corner of onoh* pun* containing  wood ���������who., charcoal and n littlo salt  and Bulphur.���������nural World.  substautiial cii:cu!ation~thfough"  various parts of British-Columbia  This journal will, contain in  formation and news concerning  the great Comox agricultural*dis  trict, and places of importance.  We also beg to draw your- at ���������  teution to the fact that we conduct one of the best equipped  jobbing plants ou the Island, aud  are prepared, at reasonable rates  to do first class printing, of every  description/ from a lady's visiting card, an up-to-datcmenu or  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal statiouery a specially.  Mail orders* will receive  proiiipt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cumbkrland  Publishing Co.  OLD NEWSPAPERS KOU  SALE AT THE Nkwb OFFICE.  25 cents per HUNDRED.  ���������I**IMr"I**I���������i',I**M-*I"I*'  IW the  Farmer.  l^*,M,,I,,X"J*I"I"M,,r  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  '���������I-M"I"H"M"I-M'  ��������� Walworth-Rblston Co.Ltd-  H. S. R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B> C������  See E. C. Erode, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  The splendid Porch-won it-Won  "JUST  41734"  tColor, Buy.   Weight, 1875.)  Soc   Postern   for Route to begin  APRIL 3rd, 1008.  B, Ckawford, Courtenay.  Term������>    336 In������uranoo  NOTICE.  ������������*M-||*l__^t������*!%Mt_������,������OT������4������^  E.W.G.U.ETT KSffS  ���������VORONTO.OMT.  A Piiih^iJUa'.i \\\it,  Plogonou  ()roj>->tMl   Into tlm corner  ntnro.   "Olwtno 11 now cundto for my  Innlorn." ha irnlil. "and chiirgo It," ho  Bdrtod ot the |iH.vt'l)hlogiciii tuoimmt.  "N'nW.   ������,'!'   Il-'I'C,    HI,"   'H'OU'Htl'll   tho  IVopi'k'IOI*.    "lllllt    lilllllll-ll    OKI    llllllrlH  of yoiim li* on my Uiok* yi*t, Sn.v,  when .vch find yer liouont mini I hopo  ho'll convert >oh."  ii  Proityl  "Doni, xfui\\d yt.-.i U- v,r,!ln������ t*> mnr-  17 n youirft inn A', who tm������ to iimki* hi������  oivu '.ViiJ,' lu tin' world nnd v-lm Iiiih  tmlhlltK iiit bit lwv������ fur ymi to n'ttrrn*  liiond hlmV"  "Coittilnly. fi������r������t'J, If I cnrffll ������-nmij-h  for hlm, hut nf pn-Mont' I don't know  of nny Mich young roan. Frosty  w-mbw, taut Ht"  SPORT  ���������* Adventure  Ashoii'e -and Afloci  EODandGUN  'r vmi lllcs in r������ail ������l thi ex-MrlwcM el  mt' "������, ili'iulim iind ci-ininrt or yuclillnilt  ��������� 1 '��������� ������������������->>��������� ���������,< i��������� 1, mirv llff.Hslt  mil*' in.'"'(Iwalcr h>< Vurmt anA ilteto.i,  ���������!��������� wf|-������ Ur (r������p i|iMime-i voov, or ������enJ  -.wirtyfl"-. > .������������������������������������'* lor to',r wtuf irllllrlp,  S*'o������������l ****,������! wtMum (1. a l������m������ IllujimuJ  v/*.C:'< f I ���������n' uA, wbUh <i������iuint iho *ollo*lti|  .'.jpjIIIIU'tlfi!  Cnm ��������� ���������hiUft'* Com,      ttstant VH.toii,  \i*re\ ftivnf KUhiiM',  Y������ebilnH,  T ii������If. irt <m in Tom Ul, C* *<tmt,  i.*,ii,.i,i'lr������r. KMitml.  Vvl :,' 1 f'H ->������t i'4K',ilCII.- ol II,v BtU i)u,,V,  ti ,n,uiHiriif)������mlrecrfilin-l.  .cr.::aT���������uu-iritc\M r*un ro.  3*!, ivo������iJw*v, H������w V������rl City.  llidiiiR on IncomotivoB and rail  way cars of tlio Union Colliery  Company hy nny person i������r pur  Bons��������� ftxct'pt rain 01 t������w���������iii strictly  prohibited. Employees <tq nub-  Tec ttMllHtuiumil lor allowing mun-  Uy onlor  J.'iiancih D. Littj H  MiMia^or.  MfiMMHMMMNNN  CT1B11LMB  P1IIT  W0BKS  PnJntlnu, Poper Hnnfflna, K������Uomln  ln������, Sign Pnlntlna, UuKtfy PalntliiB.  Prloi Lwoe.ru than Mltewhero Oood Workmanihlp  Paint Shop Next Agricultural Ball,  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  N.ivr RrowliiK in our Nuriorii**  for tlio Full t nidi*:���������  00,000 I'oboIi, Apfloot, NooUrlncu, CliW-  ry, Hum, 1 ruur, tow ouo rtj.jilo  ���������iu nil fi-ui.lit.fc' i'w.'Ii'Iji'-''-  100,000 Small Kriiitd,  10,000 Omnmnntsl TrflfH, in h!1 loitdinn  vnrlfltlniiffirH. O.  StriutJj'homo jfrown ������nu nm. tiui������jcv������ U.  dmnuKO from fuuii������nliuu,  Slock of UulbH to urrlvo lu Anjjtwt from  ���������InpHii, Fnmuo and llolluud,  line Hupplitw, Hpray 1'uwi*, S������od������, Ktc.  Hii.j.i.K.iOATAWK'lt'BFllKK.  Oroo'ihouucf, U'������d Houit-t nnd   Po������t  Ofiiu-> Ad.re ���������,  ,1010 WKBTMINITKE ROAD.  CHAS HERAPER,   ���������  ���������M-M������tM*2CtetC������������tG������0  .j������j������j������j������j,.j������j������H������H-H-H"W-W-W-1'  : Cumberland Livery \  : and Feed Stable...   i  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor*  Courtenay, B. C.  ������*  Vancouver,  B.C.  ww? ��������� ct..\ss  RIGS : 01- ; AM*  KINDS   :: WOOCl  '������������������'������������������ and Coal \\  ���������������  i; Hauled  Tht Ortot JJW<A .it**K<ty,  TonM MtA InvlffanUM tb������ whulo  ..joolIpiM-.bni,  willnird  Bold  jilnln |>kf  tfoi  ,. .<* ef Abase i~ . ...  to*****.  Tw**^mm*rmm9i  I i-iiro.  Sold _f������Hjb^jniliiU,<*. ���������-"1.-^  Si^lei^^%  Cook's Cotton Root Compooil  tlw ttraat Vtertae tea)*, *mA  [Ml)    mm*   cit*.*ui  .��������� UA?  iHAfoUtor ������ti vhltn w������_iwn ���������������  * m  * ��������� Dutisintm Avcmic  ������*^H4-*H44*H^-H**H*I������  (u*o. I-oijj-)itoii of Comtenay hn������  nn limit! n flnn line of ImftyrJM,  wngntiu, ftml funning muchinery.  Mr. Leitfliton U Aftenl for Mc-  Unglilin Ofnr Unagiim. Thoao  deaironr of gulling anything in  tlds lino fdiiinld ������������e lii*������ itook be-  fun* Imyiiiy; iIm< ������lit-r������*. George  ,jtd*i}iUm (Juiirti'iiHy U, C. jfMttttMta  TOE 5fBWS, CUBOSttkAVD. Btmgg eOUTMBEfc  "���������ww  ���������"������  ������     '���������'."'  ty  WEDDING-GIFTS..  At Stoddart, the   Jeweler  | You have a L*aj*$$ ������tQ"*k to /Btelect Frown.  1 Cut Glass, Sterling Sifaerl  ������  I   ..are the right goods for wedding gifts..  ^)������������������������Xs)������������^^ ������������������������^XB������������������������^^  #������*������������������-*A**************** ���������S******A*#������A#������*A*A*$'5������**  1 SPECIALS   FOR PAY-DAY I  I  AND WEEK FOLLOWING  I  4 aw^^ *  ^Twenty pef ceijt. discount on   Morris Chairs,  Fancy Parlor *  Chairs, Carpet Squares, Writing Desks,   Bufifetts afld China ^  Cabinets.������������������-^ rrr-rr-Tgfl per cent, on all other U   n. $  fJ3g" These discounts are for CASH ONLY. "^ V  Ridgways, a tea with a reputati-  on���������-known for over seventy  years���������Sold by good grocers everywhere.  ���������"���������- *9 >      ' "���������' .  Take notice, that Henry A,  Dillon of Cumberland, B. C. has  no authority to collect Accounts,  or transact any business for or on  my behalf, or in my name.  J*. Pijxlui'I'S Harbison .  Barrister-nt-law Cumberland B.C.  t  *y>  '* The Right Pri.ce  wm  "g Furniture. J, H. COLLINS   |  Examinations  under  the Coal  Robert Foster (Old Tulip) well  known athletic and trainer, goes  down and ont before the grim  figliier, death���������Robert Foster popularly known to the Sporting Fra.  teinity throughout British Columbia, as "Old Tulip", died at the  Jubilee Hospital ou the 6th inst,  aged 67 years. Mr. Foster has been  known in British Columbia and  more particular ily Victoria City  his home, for the past tweuty years  as an athlete, trainer and lover of  clean sport; his former pupils in  the art of boxingattd other Sports,  some of whom reside in this City,  will regret to hear of his demise.  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any s������.$pn, but it i?  valuable in jpany other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews -zrestly improves  their food value. Tryitwheji  warping Qann������4 Meat**  DROWNING ACCIDENT,  ������������������r���������-r  Ralph Doan, a married m������" 32  year* of jigii, while bringing pome  freight-nam Deuman Island in a  fliuall rowhoat to Union Bay TE?ri-  dny, was drowned by tho boat  capsizing. A Japanese,  who  ipsizjn*;  wns  ftlso in tho boat, swam ashore.  j)oane was a good swimmer, but ib  thought to have taken cramps.  He leaves a young wife and one  ftliild; tho body ll������������ been' .dipped  to Bullingham, Wi>������}i,  for inter-  Jfneut,  - *t> i.i a..*  About two hundred e?fCui'8ion-  juts from Oumberlnnd and Coniox  left by the S, S. ((Joan" ou gun-  day morning to tal;o in the  Oriingoiiipn'B pxfltirsion in Van-  pouvor,  Mine.s Regulation Act were held  at Nanaimo, Fernie, Nicola and  Cumberland, June 16th. 17th,, and  18th,  The number' of applicants was  unprecedented in the coal mining  history of the province, t\i&rt> being 71 applicants.  The following gentlemen compose the board of appointment of  examiners: Andrew Bryden, Ladysmith, chairman; Tully Boyce,  Nanaimo, vicechairm&ujThos, R.  Stockettj-I^a jp,ai ino^���������George���������^V-i 1-  liams, Nanaimo; J. John, '})Te]  lington; R. G. Driunan, Hosmer;  and Inspector ot the Mines A.  Dick Secretary F. H. Shepherd.  The following were successful  candidates from Cumberland:  First class certificates���������Jno.G.  Higgs, Cumberland; Second class  certificates���������R. , Henderson and  W, Merrifield, Cumberland;  Third class certificates ���������Frank  Jaynes, A. Pickup and S. Horwood Cumberland.  -**������������������ ������������������������������������*&,��������� ��������� ��������� '���������  ������; 'sks������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*!  I Funeral Direc-  itor  and  Em-!  balmer  House Raising: and Re-<  n&$;f.n%i  ::   Foundations j  Carefufty Attend**    to.  Cnmberland, B. C.  ������99*<  4}  it  ���������������������������������������������������������������������+<  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital, 83,900,000  Kkskuye, $1,300,000  Assets,   846,400,000  Deposits, 833,700,000  .Vk.it,  ���������w Money Ordera=?=s=:  Rates,  ���������6 and under"      -     -     - 3 Cents  Over *5 and not exceeding 810 6 Cents  Over $10 Hnd not exceeding $30 10 Cents  Ovor 830 and not exceeding $50 15 Cents  m  . , ��������� ���������-     .   any  Chartered %.  Boole mi Ctjiuuda.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  Tlieae Money Orders ore payable without cost  Ctjiuuda.  I  A. B. NETHERBY,   Managkb.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��������� I'I. '.I        |    UM, 1.1'J  Largo postern in'u out foi' tho  poncoi't to bo giyon in aid of the  tiibi'i'fjnloais hospital, tho concert  tin uni Bim to bo a grand succcih us  tho k**t talent procurable in taking  p'trt; tiitu'o will also bo hoiiio how  lalo'it novor before heard in Ouin-  liui'ln'id, Roinoinb'Ji' tlm date  July ~'Uth, in thu Cumberland  Hull.  Q nml Forks, July 10-TJie worst  iiic iu tlm hUtory ot this city start-  nd early this morning, supposedly  In iho S<*iiaro lintel, which wax  vacant mid had inudusucli n beiyd-  iv:iv lii'l'ni'o it whs noticed  that ii  '        ai  looked tn* if the whole lower end  of thu town wa* dotnnwl. IHvo  I. o I, mid ti half were completely  f*!*'iinnd out, nnd tho approximate  Joi*1 whi'n cannot ho iiHcortniticil ai  t)'*u-uii!|i ivill reach nearly fijUU,0U0  with ji u-iilily 'i'i ptir cunt, coverod  \)\ in*it ranee.  I>i-r,r. rolii.lnly   U������   Willinm  J. Hr^iin, '.f NohrHski, wh* ti<nniti-  nti-'l Jut* ihti third ti I? fi,)* thn off-  Ji'ooi pitnidcnt of tin* (Tiijtt*d Stfttt'n  by tlm l������.'ii������o(-i*!itii* Xuiioiiiil iron-  -������Xlt,,'*i a    H'.H) o\\iy'".   fitt-t   HUH'  |tit"i  , ,u. d ei'in.i-r i.f frt-ngitil mi-  lill./trt-llt.    ill'.'   *��������� -lilt  lilllll-    i   l������*l HII  till ii.n.i. armiditl, which Whs 1;ij������i  in  t vuli    Hit ittitlr of   tuuilttl   It $  till the tnotw������n? wln*n he S'.b m*V������  It-wk-i     .i* protlMiM u liw  clioK'i  I,    .h.j   cvtiVtMlnu,  Th������*H"minivnin wu1 uv..d>- ������mth*  f{*n������t k������l'"t������ tin* voip s*������-������������Ji������|fr U'  J. Brytn,'idil, Judjf.. tl������������������( <������r������iy.  This month all roads will lead  to Quebec, By land and by water,  from Eiwtem Canada, from Western Canada, from Great Britain,  fromtlie United States, from King  Edward's domains beyond the  seas, thousands will flock to the  far-ffimfid Qibraltav of the North'  American continent, Quebec���������  the ancient capital of Lower Cnn-  adu���������is always an interwitlug place  to visit, but its urttnrnl advantages  next month will only be incidentThe great attraction will bo tho  serins of pagoants nrmttged to col-  cbrato the Tercentenary of the  founding of Quebec by Saiuuol de  Ohamplain���������pageants which Mr,  Frank Liucello*, who him had  cliiiigi: of all the great |iiiju:iiuts of  Knglund for yearn, sny������, will  ui'lipno in grandeur nnd retdiHiu  uuytliing yet attuuipted on either  contimuit. The British Crown  will he reproBontcd by His ltoynl  llighuesii the l*rinc������ of With'*,  who will bo attend I'd by n brilliant  suits and an escort of lntttlenhip������  t'ltiliU'inatic of tho might of Hrit-  tmi's Hen-power. Our own Canadian fortiet* will ivpriMoiit the  Empire1- lnnd-powor, and I'rench  nnd tnitoU btauiii voshuls win rule  nt anchor sulo by side witli tin*  UritUh inon-of-war in theuhi'lter-  ed linibor of Quebec,  A featnro of thi' ceUhmthiu  will be the opening uf tlm i'laiti*  of Abraham a* a Nmiotml 1'nrk,  the I'liineeot AVales innkiug the  purcliaito on behalf of tho uttb-  ^cHIkt* to tho fund, which wa*  inaiignpit^ by the (iovenior.Uen-  *.tal, ivlioio appeal wa;' ;u heartily  rii [miidwl to iti all part* of Oun-  ,iili������.  Tho oyn not, only of Cuntdii,  but uf Umi world will be fixeddur  iti*4 tin* pri������������Mit month \\*,m\ Que-  !������*c and tho Tewontfitatry of iti  er is told in the opening article of  the July  number of "Rod   and  Gun and  Motor Sports in Can-  ada���������publiohed-by���������W-r-J-r-Tayloi^  at Woodstock, Out., and the narrative of the great explorer's life  will be found entrancing  reading.  Of equal interest to sportsmen,  ii'  of less importance to the country^  is the tine story oE ������������������Tlm Trial uf  the Kawiizingoiiias" by Harry Anton Auer, author of "The North  Country." Mr. Auer describes.in  beautiful  language, ��������� tho trip   he  took into the north country with  his father and mother and tells nf  the joys experienced in camping  and fishing far hwiij from civiiua  tion.   This story is finely illustrated from  photographs taken  by  Mr. Auer. "In thp Next West"  lets in somo light upon the new  country to be opened by the Grand  Trunk Pnrific and shows that now  wonders await tho development of  somo of Our northern and western  regions.   ,(A Schoolboy's Seaich  for an ideal vacation," is a most  interesting paper���������tho search including u trip ta the old country,  life m the backwoods of Quebec,  a jaunt to a fashionsblo   watering  place uud the finding of the ideal  in the Algonquin National Park.  A paper by lh . E. Sibley on "The  Fresh  Wator Trout of Canada"  will interest all fishermen nnd may  prove the source of as much controversy iih Our Vanished  Deer,  the Doctor giving both eastern  aud western fishermen something  to think about,   There aro many  other papers of interest to spurtn.  nit'!) and the whole number in one  worthy of the high position the  HingnziiiH has attained as tho fore  most publication of itb kind in the  Dominion.  .Hard Times,  Hard times follow good times  with unerring regularity and cer  tajnty; this is in perfect accordance with the rule of compensation.  In good times we should prepare ourselves and erect strong  guards around our business, so  that when hard times come we  may find ourselves able to go  through the troublous times.  lf prosperity ran ou unchecked^  the ordinary, well-established business would soon be a thing of the  past, for people would speculate  instead of work.  When the manufacturer has his  bills paid and finds a surplus in  the bank, that surplus is likely to  be turned into speculation. When  everyone speculates values rise,  and continue to  rise until  prices  m nm ������������������������������������������������ii������inim������ninn  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQflDE TO   ORDER AftD  If! ANY STYliE YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  i|i^*^>y<.|������fw|a|������},.f..f..f������|i.fi,ji.|i.|iitM|������|ii|i,|<   .{..].}..|..^..^..}.Dfr.^..^,|..|..fr������|������.-1..^..|..M������  TO THE PUBLIC.  We beg to inform the Public of Cumberland and District that  on April aoth we purchased the milk business of Mr, S. Piercy  of Saudwick, and are prepared to deliver pure milk daily, also \  butter, eggs and other farm produce.   With careful  attention  we hope to retain most of Mr. Piercey's old customers.  reach fictitious attitudes, and then  conies about the cashing in. It  >o happens that the cashing is a  general movoinonr, and when this  ���������lappens hard times quickly follow.  Tho successful businese man  should keep his money where it ib  get-at-able, and when hard times  come and prices go away down to  low water murk, then he should  buy. Later on prosperity will re-  turn, as sure ns tho sun will rise,  and tlm things bought during the  hard times will greatly increase  in value.  Hurd times and prosperity ro-  tnto several times iu a man's busi.  Hess career.  Hard times aro necessary to the  general scheme, for the continuous  prosperity business would iiiureuse  to such a momentum that there is  no telling what the results would  bo,  In timoa of prosperity you must  make preparations for tlm hard  times that are sure to come. If  your pumps aro greater than yonr  leaks, your craft won't sink when  the storm of adversity and hard  times break across your ship,���������  Chicago Blade.  Abe & Ito,  ���������r  I  ������W-5"M"W-^4*^-/  ���������.���������i-H-H'  C������e*9<9������C���������<������S'������tO������*S'������������������*C������    ���������MtMNMfiCMtOMSfS  ������������������5  Photographs  F. WATTS, OF VICTORIA  is now in Cumberland, with his large portrait tent, but  will visit Courtenay for two weeks, on or about the first  week in June, where he Will take portraits from 50c' per  dozen.   POST CARDS of yourself nt Si.50 per doxen.  All those that warn retl good and cheap ploture������������ro sdviiol to wait for hitn,  Farm, and Family groups a upcoialty.   Aho lifelike pioturua of yonr babieti.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������OCC-NWO������  JEWELRY,   WATCHES,     TABLE    SILVER-  WARE,    LEATHER    and    FANCY    GOODS. ������  We intend to do some deep cutting. A choice  for everyone to profit at this sale. WATCHES  JEWELRY and CLOCK REPAIRING a business  with us.   AU work Guaranteed,  at T. D. MoLEAN'S  NOTICE,  iVH ll'l* i.il'-eu.������ H">f, vuli* mc ���������i,t-  by notiia-d liiat au ijoiia iuu-,1 bu  removed from cows during prohibited Imnra, othftrwise tlm pound  lly-Law will bo enforced,  Ily vrdor ot iho l ity t-oimwj.  A.MHvimnok,  City Clerk,  As history is snid to ropont it-  ���������U'lf, so one looking hunk to the  old Olympic gumes in grecce limb  in cui'tiiin of the do-iuriptions a ro-  uiarkuble Mimilarity to tho present  conditions. The festival of tin  Olympic games whs conducted in  a ������Hcred grove consecrated to the  religion* rite" of the Greek*.  This grove wa* culled Alti*. lt  wus lilted with temp,us, altars,  nnd statues, and the g.uiioR them*  ���������elves wero held in a stadium ol  lli|)|)oJr<*iiio located 10 tlio out.tue  mid on the east of the grove, while  while 011 th. other fide was a  largo gyinnntiiim for the use of  the Hl.iletfS.  ���������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  BUTOHBR SHOP  o  o  <���������  tt  tt  Whoro nro you golmit I am uolng tol tho Com* >t Co-operative Moat  Mnrltot, vhero I nun gut a Nioe, Tender, Juicy Hoast ot Moat: No Bone.  All Mont,  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager.  ������������������������������������������������������0#������MM ��������������������������������������������������� ������ * ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������>  Mcnw A- ftri n* nnd A. Anth.  ���������my, return*- i h*nuo by Thursdays  boat,  Mr*. E. V.'. ttu-kl ���������, tuft by Frl.  i|������yTf hunt for N uiaituo.  ^Ubli-tiimont.   Tl>e lif������ *t-iry of  5 'J; tt'-'VV' ���������'���������" '>''*>> Johftwri, 10, ^huu������j1 do Cbniiiplnin, tht* fuuud-  Mr. Karl Clarke. High School  U****r, loft for Vitforia, by Frl  .Uy,������ boat,  EC. EMDE  Dealer in Bicycles and Bi  cycle teuppUcs, btcara,  Watct and Electric fc'up-  pllet, General Repairing.  District Agent for���������  FAIRBANKS MORSE & CO.,  GASOMXE ENGINES  and Sunbeam Gasoline Lamps,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   -Se   BAKERS  and PNOPmrroRS of  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  ���������me  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds ot  \\t:.,���������,.   eataA y \n**r>rtf  SECOND     STREET  mfO  ���������������������������������������������1  Siddall,   Tha  Tailor,  Kat opened Business fn McLtod'i Store.  MMMMMMH ���������MW������M<MMMMMMt<l

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